The only thing I would do is find another home for that huge Angel fish, that tank is to small for it.
I'll send some pics tomorrow, It's pretty late today and you wouldn't see a thing.KartoKartofel Utar lucky123
Thanks everyone . Can I see your tanks for inspiration? I'm pretty sure they all are more beautiful than mine lol
I'm offended by your lack of confidence in your skills. Maybe your post was directed towards professional aqua-scapers? IF I could make my tanks anywhere close to what you've done, I'd feel extremely accomplished, good job on the tank, and please don't be so critical on yourself, makes me look bad >_< hahaha
The tank itself is done great, but I'd think about rehoming half the stocking. Do I see that correctly, only one fish of each species? And 3 different species of dwarf cichlids? That's an unfortunate combination.
Thank you. That's all correct. My stocking is horrible and I'm still in the process of rehoming them. It's a hard decision because I've had the Angel for 6 years too.
As promised, here's a pic of my aquarium.
EDIT: I hate it that my computer compressed the living heck out of my image. Forgive for the poor quality.
EDIT #2: I fixed it. It should look better now.
I've seen a lot of better looking tanks done by newbies, so that's why I felt bad about mine. If you head over the planted tank forum you will see (
Ok so first off, it srsly looks cool rn. But, its clear you're not happy so I think i have some advice that I've learned. I think you have a serious lack of hardscape. (rocks, wood) The hardscape I feel like is more important than the plants and can lead your eye a lot easier than plants will. Also, you kinda just have plants everywhere. They is no focal points, or anything. Research triangle, convex, style aquariums. Check out the Green Aqua youtube channel to learn more about aquascaping.